The young and talented Marine Johnson has been a part of the cinematic industry of Quebec since 2012, when she took on the role of Sophie in the feature film Ina Litovski, by Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette and André Turpin. At the young age of twelve, she received the UDA Award for Best Female Actress for that performance.
Marine has since studied dramatic art and performance at the Cegep Saint-Laurent, while maintaining her presence of the big screen. In 2016, she performs in Y’est où le paradis? a film by Denis Langlois. In 2017, she is Valerie in Sophie Lorain’s Charlotte a du fun. That same year, she makes a memorable performance in La petite fille qui aimait trop les allumettes, directed by Simon Lavoie, and inspired by Gaétan Soucy’s famous novel. In 2018, she is the running at the Canadian Screen Awards for Best Female Actress in a Lead Role, while also receiving a nomination at the Gala Québec Cinéma for Revelation of the Year. In the spring of 2019, Marine takes on the world of theatre and performs in 21, a play written by Rachel Graton and directed by Alexia Burger on the stage of the Theatre d’Aujourd’hui. In 2020, she appears in the television series Mon fils, takes on the role of Mélanie in the cinematic adaptation of Geneviève Pettersen’s novel La déesse des mouches à feu, directed once again by Anais Barbeau-Lavalette. In 2021, Marine has a lead role in Bête Noire, by Sophie Deraspe, a remarkable performance that leads to her recent Gemeaux Nomination.